Dr. Shereen Hamadneh has completed her PhD from School of Nursing and Midwifery, at Edith Cowan University (ECU), Australia. She also worked as adjunct research fellow in Nursing and Midwifery Research centre at ECU, Western Australia. Currently, Dr. Hamadneh working as an Assistant Professor, Department of Maternal Child Health, Faculty of Nursing, Al-albayt University, Jordan. Dr. Shereen developed education package to improving infant care practice in Jordan and reduce risk of sudden unexpected infant death, this project was the first of its kind in Jordan addressing SIDS. She has published number of papers in reputed journals and presented in many international conferences in regard developing infant care practices. Dr. Hamadneh run number of voluntary activities and charities in Jordan helps improve infant care practice and enhance health care awareness. In 2016 she won the first place of Arab award on pediatric medical research. Main area of interest is about mother and infant health care , quality assurance, air pollution and environmental health.
Quality assurance; Intervention research; Child mortality; Sudden and unexpected child death; Air pollution; Refugees; Bedouins; Rural health; Neonatal care practice; Infant feeding; Newborn care practice; Still birth; Epidemiology; Ethics on Pediatric research